Sydney Siege False Flag: Why didn’t the sniper take the shot?

inline_sniper1_1aav97p-1aav9fkSnipers in clear sight for the duration of the event. Screenshot: Channel 7 News

In the following video, John le Bon – after extensive research on the chain of events in Martin Place – examines establishment contradictions and scientific analysis to refute the notion that snipers were unable to shoot Man Haron Monis during the supposed ‘siege’, representing the final significant blow to the official story as described by the mainstream media and police.

Over the last three weeks, John and Ethan have broken down the #SydneySiege narrative from multiple angles on the Australian Roundtable Podcast, including who benefits from the events, media coverage on the day, conflicting witness testimonies and much more – exposing countless flaws and weakness of the accepted establishment story following the 16 hour ‘siege’.

Currently, this event is being used to justify further Draconian legislation, tougher bail laws, the continued erosion of our civil liberties in Australia and the ongoing ‘lone-wolf extremist’ propaganda machine.

Related: How the Government and Media benefits from the Sydney Siege


Episode #11 – The legislative and recent historical context of events in Australia leading up to the incident; MSM coverage on the day of the ‘Siege’; Other significant events which were drowned out of the MSM by the event; Tessa Kum of the ‘illridewithyou’ hashtag; Inconsistencies of the Official Story, and much more:


Episode #12 – Channel 7’s cover story about the ‘sniper’; initial ‘eye witness’ accounts of the event; anti-gun rights propaganda; Ken Johnson (the grinning father); Martin Place and The Matrix:


Episode #13 – Recap of previous episodes; Ongoing media media fear campaign; Final destruction of the ‘sniper’ official story; Gov/MSM agenda for 2015 and beyond:


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Effects of commercial tempered glass on rifle bullet deflection by Henri C Lambert (August 1994):

The reason snipers didn’t shoot:

Ray Hadley interview with Andrew Scipione:—————————————————————————————————————————————————————

View the audio excerpt below, accompanied with visual and informational keys of reference thrroughout the duration (all informational links cited can be found above):





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7 Comments on “Sydney Siege False Flag: Why didn’t the sniper take the shot?”

  1. January 10, 2015 at 12:16 PM #

    Reblogged this on Real News Australia.

    • Glen
      January 29, 2015 at 6:33 AM #

      I see on the ABC this morning 29th that 22 rounds were fired by the Police …I am surprised more were not killed …sound like all involved wanted too say they got a few shots off?

      • January 29, 2015 at 6:36 AM #

        Indeed. So one victim by the hands of the all too eager police.

      • January 30, 2015 at 5:36 AM #

        Assuming that the official narrative is real, and let’s pretend it is for arguments sake (as done in this piece), the article above proves that the snipers had no legitimate excuse preventing them from taking the shot on Monis and avoiding casualties all together. Thus, if Dawson was killed by Police bullets, the Commissioner and Police should be held accountable for their negligent decision-making that resulted in her death. They had the opportunity to stop it, and yet decided to send men into the cafe instead – Ethan.

  2. Glen
    January 11, 2015 at 8:46 AM #

    First off she was suppose to have had a heart attack…Why not get the sniper to take the shot if it does not work then go in…But the last thing the feds want is nice out come now they can refer back to this to bring in more depressing legislation. strange how a lawyer had to die due to lawyers not doing their job.

  3. BillyBlogs
    January 29, 2015 at 3:52 AM #

    It is simple really….. the sniper taking the shot was NOT in the script this time as they had to maximise the fear potential to the public. Gee, amazing how close the cameras were allowed to get…..

    • January 30, 2015 at 5:37 AM #

      Spot on comment, Billy. Thank you for checking the article out! – Ethan.

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